Food at Soaky Mountain; tasty treats that will blow you out of the water

S'more-oaky Mountains Shake
S'more-oaky Mountains Shake (photo courtesy of Soaky Mountain Waterpark)

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Soaky Mountain Waterpark, the newest addition to the family of attractions in the Smoky Mountains, officially opened to the public on June 27, 2020. 

The massive, new 50-acre waterpark prides itself on its innovative slides, a first-of-its-kind watercoaster and impressive kiddie play areas, but what about the food?

After all, sliding down a mountain, whooping and hollering builds up quite an appetite. 

Read more: Soaky Mountain offers behind the scenes look of massive new waterpark

Soaky Mountain Waterpark Menus 

Tacolicious Taco Truck

One of the unique features about Soaky Mountain is its custom food trucks. The folks at Soaky searched nationwide for noteworthy vehicles and ended up purchasing this 1954 AEC (Chassis) Regent III, which was once a double decker bus for the London Transit System. Now, it serves up delicious tacos on the bottom deck while guests dine on the top deck. 

Let’s take a moment to observe the impressive transition: 

Tacolicious Taco Truck
Tacolicious Taco Truck (photo by Daniel Munson/

As you can see, it’s quite the impressive makeover. 

Menu items include (but not limited to): 

  • Citrus Marinated Chicken Tacos
  • Steak Tacos
  • Cajun Shrimp Tacos
  • Beef Tacos
  • Taco bowls 
  • Walking taco (Taco in a bag) 
Chicken tacos
Chicken tacos (image courtesy of Soaky Mountain Waterpark)
Loaded nachos (image courtesy of Soaky Mountain Waterpark)

Side items include (but not limited to): 

  • Chips and queso
  • Street corn cup
  • Loaded nachos
Rolly Macaroni Food Truck
Rolly Macaroni Food Truck (photo by Daniel Munson/

Rolly Macaroni Food Truck

The second food truck was purchased in Illinois and now is home to Rolly Macaroni, which serves up all sorts of cheesy dishes, a subtle nod to the company’s roots in Wisconsin. 

Menu items include (but not limited to): 

  • All American mac and cheese
  • Shrimp mac and cheese
  • Nashville Style Pork mac and cheese
  • Chicken Bacon Ranch mac and cheese
Bacon Cheese and Mac Bites
Cheese Bites (image courtesy of Soaky Mountain Waterpark)

Side items include (but not limited to): 

  • Wisconsin Cheese Bites
  • Buffalo Cheese Bites
  • Bacon Cheese and Mac Bites

Kids menu items include (but not limited to):

  • Boomer’s Original (macaroni, cheddar and mozzarella) 
  • ‘Lil Boomer (macaroni, cheddar, mozzarella, hotdog pieces and Cheeto crumbs)
  • Fried Macaroni Wedges (breaded macaroni and cheese flash fried) 

Bee Good Café 

Bee Good Café is steps away from the kids area and has kid-approved meals to match. 

Menu items include (but not limited to): 

  • Hamburger or cheeseburger and fries
  • Mini corn dog and fries
  • Chicken fries and apple slices
  • Hotdog and fries
  • Boomer’s Pack (PB&J, Goldfish, apple slices) 
  • Personal pizzas
  • Chicken Caesar Wrap 
  • Salads
  • Fruit cup
  • Chips or pretzels
  • Popcorn 

Drink items include (but not limited to): 

  • Draft beer (Miller and Yee-Haw) 
  • Bottled water
  • Fountain drinks
  • Gatorade
  • Juice
  • Milk

Dessert items include (but not limited to): 

  • Cotton candy
  • Churro
Base Camp Bistro
Base Camp Bistro (photo by Alaina O’Neal/

Base Camp Bistro

The Base Camp Bistro is one of the main dining buildings at Soaky.

Base Camp Bistro serves up all the classic American summer favorites.

Menu items include (but not limited to): 

  • Hamburger or cheeseburger and fries
  • Chicken tenders and fries
  • Nashville Style BBQ Pork Rib
  • Campfire Chicken Wings
  • Nachos with cheese
  • Cheese, pepperoni or margherita pizza
  • Chicken Caesar Wrap
  • Fruit cup
  • Salads
  • Hot pretzel with cheese
  • Popcorn 

Drink items include (but not limited to): 

  • Draft beer (Miller and Yazoo) 
  • Bottled water
  • Fountain drinks
  • Gatorade
  • Juice
  • Milk

Dessert items include (but not limited to): 

  • Cotton candy
  • Ice cream 
  • Candy bars
  • Churros 
Soaky Shake
Soaky Shake (photo by Daniel Munson/

Soaky Shake Shoppe

Soaky Shake Shoppe whips up unique creations that will blow you out of the water. (Not literally, but it’s best to enjoy them poolside anyway). 

Notable menu items include (but not limited to): 

  • Mini donuts (classic, cinnamon, s’mores, rainbow pebbles, worms n’ dirt, maple bacon and my personal favorite — Snowky Mountains, which are dusted with powdered sugar) 
  • Vanilla, chocolate or strawberry shake
  • Boomer’s Birthday (vanilla ice cream in a white frosting rimmed jar coated with sprinkles, topped with whipped cream and a sprinkled cupcake) 
  • The Unicorn (strawberry ice cream in a white frosting rimmed jar coated with colored sprinkles, topped with cotton candy clouds, a white chocolate dipped ice cream cone, powdered mini donuts and rainbow gummies) 
  • Peanut Butter Banana Split (vanilla ice cream in a peanut butter rimmed jar, topped with a banana, chocolate syrup, and Reese’s Pieces) 
  • S’more-oaky Mountains (chocolate ice cream in a white frosting rimmed jar, topped with whipped cream, chocolate chip pieces, Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal, and marshmallows garnished with a chocolate brownie) 
  • Cookie Lovers’ (cookies n’ cream shake topped with whipped cream, M&Ms, and chocolate drizzle garnished with an Oreo cookie) 
  • Soft serve ice cream (vanilla, chocolate or twist in a cone or bowl) 
Candy Cabin
Candy Cabin at Soaky Mountain Waterpark (photo by Daniel Munson/

Are you drooling yet?

Candy Cabin

Candy Cabin has hand-dipped chocolates, fudges, candy and caramel apples. Guests will be able to walk by and see the candies being made through the window. 

Soaky Mountain also has Wipe Out Bar and the Overlook Bar, where you can order cocktails, beer, wine or smoothies. 

Souvenir cups are also available at all food and beverage outlets. 

Note: Gluten free options are also available. Please ask the food and beverage management team about allergen information. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

How do I pick up my season pass? 

When you arrive for your visit, go to the pass office. You will need to show the email confirmation of your season pass purchase along with your ID.

Can I come anytime with a season pass? 

Yes, season passholders and their one-time daily guest admission ticket users can come anytime. Guests with daily admission tickets are asked to reserve a date by purchasing a ticket online.  

What is the Safer at Play Program? 

Safer at Play outlines the park’s safety procedures in light of the pandemic. Face masks are not required but encouraged where social distancing is difficult to maintain. Read more about the park’s safety initiatives here

Can I bring my own food and beverage?

Sealed water bottles are permitted, but no other food or beverage may be brought with you. Empty refillable bottles are also allowed as long as they are not glass. 

Can I leave and re-enter?

Guests may leave and re-enter the same day with valid admission and a hand stamp. 

Are there any height or weight restrictions?

Rides and attractions may have height and sometimes weight restrictions. Inner tube rides have a single rider maximum weight of 250 lbs. Visit Soaky Mountain’s website for more information.  

Are strollers provided? 

No, but guests may bring their own. 

Are towels provided? 

No, but if guests forget their own, they may buy one at the Mountain Mercantile gift shop. 

Is Soaky Mountain ADA accessible?

Soaky Mountain adheres to ADA guidelines. The wave pool, Boomer’s Bay and The Hive have zero depth entries, and the Coyote Springs pool has a lift. 

Is there a dress code?

Appropriate swim attire is required. Pants with rivets, belts, buckles or chains are not allowed on attractions. Riders must wear a safety strap with eyewear. Offensive or suggestive clothing is not permitted. 

For more frequently asked questions, visit the FAQ page

Soaky Mountain Waterpark will be open from 10am-7pm and is located at 175 Gists Creek Road in Sevierville, TN. For more information, visit

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